Virtual Reality Policies

ACCESS

All NCSU Libraries Virtual Reality (VR) Studio services and tools are available to all students, faculty, and staff at NC State. You must have a valid Wolfpack One Card and Unity ID. Users must complete a VR Orientation and sign a D.H. Hill Virtual Reality (VR) Studio User Agreement to use the VR Studio.

Priority is given to academic and research use of the VR workstations. 

Guests of authorized NCSU students, faculty, and staff are permitted at the discretion of the VR Studio staff.

No one under the age of thirteen is permitted to use the VR Studio equipment. 

No food please, drinks with lids are allowed.

No VR sessions may start within 15 minutes of closing. 

Users of the VR Studio agree to this statement on intellectual property: "I warrant that I am authorized to use the applicable files, data, images, or any other materials (collectively “Content”) in the VR Studio and that the use of the Content will not infringe upon any third-party’s copyright, patent, trademark trade secret or other proprietary or intellectual property rights."

VR Studio users are expected to follow safety rules and use the VR Studio exclusively for lawful purposes that respect the policies of North Carolina State University and the NCSU Libraries as well as the safety and well-being of all students, faculty, staff, and patrons. 

HOURS

Please visit go.ncsu.edu/vr-studio for the current schedule.

VR Studio hours are governed by the following rules:

Closed when the University closes or suspends normal operations
Closed on University holidays
Shortened hours during (non-holiday) breaks, when class is not in session
Closed on weekends that fall immediately before or after University holidays or breaks (e.g. Sunday before Labor Day, Sunday after Spring Break)
Shortened hours during exams
Shortened hours during intersessions
Regular summer hours will be less than regular fall/spring semester hours